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The elements of effective communication; idea, power, tactics [by] W.A. Mambert.

Washington, Acropolis Books [1971] .
ISBN 0874911400, 9780874911404

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P90 .M2648 Off-site
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Subjects Communication.
Description xiii, 180 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes In memory of William A. Mambert, CSAS, BA, 1960.
Also issued online.
Summary After you have become familiar with its overall thought flow, keep the book handy in pocket, purse or desk for reference or as a check list when needed. For example, just before a meeting, appointment, or interview, spend a few moments with it. Skim through it while talking on the telephone, waiting in a reception area, or on the way to some engagement in which you want to perform at your best as a thinking, effectively communicative person. You will be pleasantly surprised at how frequently a hint or two will literally leap out of its pages at just the moment when you need it most-and possibly help you to step over that critical, often precarious, line between failure and success.
Contents A meaningful and workable definition -- Some personal qualities that can help you -- Know the "constants" -- A meaningful and workable objective -- Analyze your audience -- Analyze the "feedback" -- Your idea must have a meaningful, functional structure -- You must know how to handle detail -- Communicating at the physical level -- Ideas can be reinforced emotionally -- Your idea must have integrity.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)197198
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WorldCat Identities Mambert, W. A.
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